In 2014 Charlie, a chihuahua belonging to Lashings restaurant owner David Folb, was attacked and left with broken ribs.
The owner of the Staffordshire bull terrier-cross responsible came forward and apologised.
The dog was also not visible; police could only hear his barks.
So park police coordinated with the Livingston County Sheriff’s Office to use a drone in an attempt to pinpoint the dog’s location and identify its size, so it could be placed in the correct-size rescue harness.
Freedom Park has a rich historical background dating back to the 1650s.
This park is the site of an 18th Century cemetery, the Revolutionary War Battle of Spencer’s Ordinary (1781) and a 17th Century domicile which is revealing much archaeological research of the early colonial period (1680-1730).
The Williamsburg Botanical Garden is also located at Freedom Park.